Last Friday it was Sonu Ke Titu Ki Sweety, this week it is Veerey Ki Wedding. The common factor amongst both the films is that they revolve around a wedding. In the former, a young man went all out to ensure that his best friend didn’t take the ‘saat pheras’.
On the other hand in the latter, a not-so-young-man is going all out to ensure that his younger brother indeed take the ‘saat pheras’.
Uncanny, but true!
“Call it coincidence but this is something that one cannot ignore,” comments an observer, “Both films are family entertainers which means ultimately it is going to be happy ending. The only difference is how do the protagonists perceive happy ending. When it comes to Sonu Ke Titu Ki Sweety, a happy ending means the bromance lives on over romance, and this is the reason why you see Pulkit Samrat eventually ensuring that Sunny Singh didn’t get fall into the trap of gold-digging Nushrat Bharucha. Whereas in Veerey Ki Wedding, Jimmy Sheirgill ensures that Pulkit Samrat gets married to Kriti Kharbanda.”
There is bound to be fun, frolic, naach-gaana and humor for sure.
“That’s correct, how can you not have any of that in a family entertainer,” says a source connected to Veerey Ki Wedding, “Director Aashu Trikha has made a clean film which everyone from 6 to 60 can enjoy. There is a couple, their siblings, their families and add to that loads of ‘masti’ and ‘mazaa’. You would have smiles throughout as the story unfolds. Add to that some foot-tapping songs and you would get your money’s worth.”
It has been seen that with right ingredients in a film belonging to this genre, audiences lap it up with both hands. While that has already been seen in Sonu Ke Titu Ki Sweety, one now waits to see how audiences respond once Veerey Ki Wedding releases all over this Friday.